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Many properties in Tyndrum allow pets, which makes it a convenient holiday spot for pet owners. If this is a top requirement for you, check the cabin in Tyndrum. This is the most pet-friendly type of accommodation there. You can also find suitable city properties, as a few of the pet-friendly holiday rentals have a central location (less than 2 kilometres from the city centre).
The Weather in Tyndrum
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This is the climate diagram for Tyndrum. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is May.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Tyndrum
More than a quarter of the properties (25.86%) in Tyndrum are hotel rooms. They are the most typical holiday properties on offer there. Hotel rooms in Tyndrum have an average cost of £73 per night and an average size of 16 m². Moreover, these rentals are usually optimal if you're going in a group of 2, as that's the average number of guests that hotel rooms can welcome in Tyndrum. Holidaymakers interested in another type of accommodation can also compare many bed & breakfast rentals, which are the other most popular accommodation option in Tyndrum. Our data shows that the median price of bed & breakfast rentals is £91 per night for an area of 11 m².
Hike your way around the Highlands at a Tyndrum holiday cottage
Nestled in the heart of the Western Highlands, about 30 miles inland from Oban, the village of Tyndrum is the ideal holiday destination for hikers and lovers of stunning scenery. Choose from accommodation in Tyndrum itself, or find yourself a cosy country cottage out in the Highlands if you want to get away from it all.
What are the best activities for families in Tyndrum?
Activities for all the family
Kids will love visiting the fascinating Cruachan Power Station, a hydro-electric station built into a hollowed-out mountain on the road to Oban. The tour, which takes you deep into the heart of the mountain, explains the science behind this amazing power plant. Keep going into Oban itself, and visit the Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary, home to rescued seals, otters, and other marine life. Visit the seal hospital, book one of their special seal feeding experiences, or join a boat trip with sanctuary staff on the Atlantic. Another memorable boat tour worth taking would be on Loch Katrine. Ride the Sir Walter Scott, a historic steamship, on a sightseeing cruise around the loch.
Where are the unique attractions in Tyndrum?
Explore Tyndrum on foot
Tyndrum, placed in the heart of some of the best walking country in Scotland, is hugely popular with hikers. Whereas it is surrounded by a number of Munros (mountains over 914 metres in height), you can also find easier treks for less experienced hikers. Take a short stroll from the main road just south of Tyndrum to the impressive Falls of Falloch or the aptly named Loch of the Legend of the Lost Sword outside the village, where Robert the Bruce is reported to have thrown his sword after a defeat in 1306. More experienced hikers who want to tick a few Munros off their list have plenty to choose from. Tyndrum is in the shadow of one of the most challenging, Ben Lui. The easiest path starts at Glen Lochy, and the most difficult starts at Tyndrum Lower railway station.
What are the best events and festivals in Tyndrum?
Highland Games and Highland Way
Head further inland to the village of Killin, on Loch Tay, and take part in its Highland Games, held every August. The event starts with a parade from the famous Falls of Dochart and continues with competitions in Highland dancing, athletics, and caber tossing, along with a hill race that is open to everyone. In April, serious runners may be more interested in the Highland Fling, a 53-mile ultramarathon along part of the West Highland Way between Milngavie and Tyndrum. Entrants can take part in the race as individuals or as part of a relay team. The whole village shows up to watch the runners cross the finish line.
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